The new Playstation Phone's gaming platform is called Z-System?

The new Playstation Phone's gaming platform is called Z-System?
The name Zeus seems to be one of the most frequently used in the last few days in the phone world. The reason for this is not a sudden interest in the Greek mythology, but rather the fact that this is the rumored codename of the new Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone.

After we showed you what is the supposed image of the intriguing-looking device, now one more interesting but unconfirmed piece of information is available. According to the rumour, the Playstation Phone's gaming platform is called Z-System and is more of a software for the phone rather than a hardware part of the handset. All these facts sound logical since Sony Ericsson holds the trademark for the term and it is approved by the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property in a filling category associated with "software for interacting or playing with electronic video games."

You can see the supposed specs of the Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone on our website, but a quick glance reveals that it is rumoured to support one of the future versions of Android OS, second generation 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM and a screen ranging from 3.7 to 4.1 inches.

Stay tuned to PhoneArena for more information.

source: Electronista

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